Timcast IRL video wasn’t nuked by YouTube, but he did it himself, Twitter rumor suggests!

The removed video from the YouTube is available to watch in Tim Pool's official website with a subscription.


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Yet again, Timcast has left his fans hanging in the air, wondering what happened to the IRL livestream as it got removed after streaming.

While his fans are all over the internet seeking an answer, the streamer has not said anything about it.

This, in turn, has garnered rumors and speculations on Twitter suggesting YouTube did not nuke the Timcast IRL video. Instead, many blame Tim Pool and suggest he did it himself as a marketing move for his members-only videos.

Also, it’s not the first time Timcast IRL has been removed from YouTube without any explanation to fans.

Fans ask Tim to put his IRL videos on Twitter and Rumble to avoid getting nuked from YouTube!

On May 8, 2024, Tim Pool went live stream on his YouTube channel, Timcast IRL, like usual. However, after the livestream ended, the IRL video was shut down and unavailable for viewers to watch.

In the video, Tim had a guest, Chadwick Moore, and along with Ian, they were supposedly talking about COVID-19 vaccines.

Some fans are in disbelief that YouTube would take down the video over vaccine talk. Meanwhile, many are speculating Tim nuked the IRL video because of Ian, as he allegedly said, “vaccines ki**ed people.”

Nevertheless, fans are furious about the sudden removal of the video without any explanation. They are criticizing Tim Pool, saying that he has gone commercial.

Fans have been asking Tim Pool to stream his IRL videos on other platforms like Rumble and Twitter.

Instead, to everyone’s disappointment, he created a membership on his official website to sell his uncensored IRL videos.

Even the latest IRL video that allegedly got nuked by YouTube is on his Timcast website behind a paywall.

His upset fans are taking their disappointment with Tim’s ignorant action on Twitter. One tweeted, “Tim has gone commercial. He only cares about money at this point.”

Meanwhile, another added, “He does it for attention. He doesn’t care about the customer.”

Regardless, YouTuber Tim Pool has not said anything to clarify the latest IRL video shut down. But from the video title on his official website, he seems to have clarified it with his crew.

Additional Information

  • Timothy Daniel Pool, aka Tim Pool, is an American political commentator. He is the CEO of Timcast News and host of the Timcast IRL podcast.
  • Timcast IRL is a podcast show where Tim Pool invites guests, and they talk about culture, news, and politics.
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